Brian Rhonemus is active in several state, regional and national financial association trade groups. Brian and his team participate and attend association events in Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Florida, Colorado, Texas, Arizona, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Massachusetts.
Brian draws on his nearly thirty years of service to the banking, financial services and recruiting industries, to deliver valuable and timely career management to candidates and clients. His keen understanding of mortgage banking, commercial lending and credit administration allows him to identify top candidates who will become successful, stellar performers for his client companies. His career has afforded him the honor to support and contribute to state bank associations and publications all over the United States, focusing on topics such as succession planning, management training, social media integration, behavioral interviewing, candidate assessment, and career planning for new bankers. Since 2001, he has been a featured guest speaker at state bank conventions across the US on HR-related issues with a focus on succession planning, talent management, and employee retention.
Brian is a noted speaker and his career has afforded him the honor to support and contribute to state bank associations and publications all over the United States, focusing on topics such as:
- succession planning
- management training
- social media integration
- behavioral interviewing
- candidate assessment
- career planning for new bankers
Brian has published articles for The Wall Street Journal, The Nashville Business Journal, The Birmingham Business Journal, The Job Scholar, The Staffing Stream, Corp Magazine, American Banker Association, Ohio Banker League, Oakland Press, Indiana Banker Magazine, Michigan Banker Magazine, The Ohio Community Banker, Fairfield County Jobs, Credit Union Times, Illinois Banker Association, West Virginia Bankers, and Pennsylvania Bankers Magazine.
Brian is a supporter of the Ohio Banker League, Community Bankers Association of Ohio, Pennsylvania Banker Association, Indiana Bankers Association, Illinois Bankers Association, Michigan Bankers Association, Community Bankers of Michigan and SHRM.